Hey everyone, not sure how it's happened but someone has changed my email address on my PSN account and it certainly wasn't me. I'm just posting this here because I used the same password here that I did on PSN (I guess that was pretty stupid now that I think about it). Fortunately I use a different password for my email and that seems to still be ok, so hopefully all I will have to do is contact Sony and get the email changed.
As I said I am posting this here because I use the same email and password for both this account and my PSN, and I really doubt that it would be this website that the hacker took my details from, but seeing how I just signed up for these forums I thought that if it is connected you guys might want to check your accounts and maybe even change some passwords, especially if you use the same password for different websites and services.
Thanks for reading, and I hope none of you have this issue.
But seriously, I guess the reason why they haven't hacked this account as well is either because they got my details through some other website (I have been very stupid and used the same password for quite a few websites), or they aren't really bothered. Saying that I've checked every other website I've been using recently, and I can still log onto all of those as well, so it's difficult to say.
Tbh I'm not sure why they did it anyway, you can't account share on PS4 so the only way he is going to be able to play my games is by staying signed into my account, and he won't have my payment details because they are saved onto the system, not the account.
Edit: Well I figured out what he was after. Turns out he's been on my ultimate team on fifa which was worth about 30,000 which if you've played fifa you're know that's almost nothing. Oh well, I hadn't touched the game in weeks, so I'm not too bothered about it. Crisis averted though, if I remember correctly I got caught out by logging onto a fake EA website, but nothing happened until now so I forgot about it. As you were then...
There's so many fake websites out there. The one I clicked on was embedded into a comment saying that the new 'team of the week was out', and when I clicked on it ideas greeted with a website that looked almost identical to the ea website, really should have checked for the "https".